Development and Preliminary Validation of a Scale to Measure Sexual Violence Awareness using the Rasch Model
Keywords:aggressive, Rasch Model, Student, Feminist Counseling
This study develops a sexual violence awareness scale (ID-SVAS) using the Rasch Model, as well as assessing its validity and reliability. This developed scale was tried out on 1022 respondents consisting of students, lecturers, and college employees. In this study, the Rasch Model was used to measure the psychometric properties of the 14 items of the SVA scale through WINSTEPS 3.73. Our analysis results indicate that the developed sexual violence awareness measurement tool has good validity and reliability. Therefore, this scale be relied upon to measure sexual violence awareness experienced by respondents. This research is expected to present significant impacts in developing an accurate and reliable measurement tool to measure sexual violence awareness among university students in Indonesia, designing educational programs and social campaigns to increase sexual violence awareness.
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